Long before there was a pandemic, the process of jury selection was due for an upgrade. Once the coronavirus hit, creating a more agile and inclusive court system became a necessity almost overnight. As President of the National Center for State Courts (NCSC), Mary McQueen is on the front lines of change in America’s state court systems—and she has witnessed a shift in how judges and courts are operating.
In this episode, Mary discusses:
- How courts can be more agile, now and in the future
- Why it’s essential for the legal industry to find new ways of problem-solving
- Some of the major barriers to inclusion and access to justice surrounding jury selection
- How courts can make more of a difference